The report didn’t mention the engine’s displacement. The first MC20s, however, aren’t expected to be hybrids. Those will arrive later, perhaps as a Trofeo high-performance model. Maserati will also offer a battery-electric version, but that’s still likely a few years out. Before any of those two alternative powertrain variants arrive, an MC20 cabrio will hit the scene in 2021.
Pricing is a little hard to predict, but a starting figure somewhere around $150,000 to $160,000 is likely. Sound expensive? Hey, it’s a Maserati, and even the soon to be discontinued Gran Turismo begins at nearly $135k in change.